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Sunday July 21 2024
  8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 •••  21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $20 at the door
Ty Walker & the Humanoids
 electronic-tinged country
Izaak Opatz
Country Risqué
 honky tonk

Ty Walker & the Humanoids
-from Roscoe, MO
-Ty Walker and the Humanoids are a band that claim to be from another galaxy, formed after frontman Ty Walker was abducted by a group of aliens who call themselves
‘The Humanoids’. Their genre-bending sound combines alt-country, art rock, soul, sampledelia and psychedelic rock. Known for their otherworldly live shows featuring
interactive multimedia, they take audiences on a cosmic journey. To date, Ty and the gang have released their debut LP "Where the Hell is Roscoe?" and are gearing up
for their second full-length release, "Home on the Strange," due out in Fall 2024.

Izaak Opatz
-from Missoula, MO
-Like many of his favorite songwriters (John Hartford, Lucinda Williams, Jeff Tweedy), Izaak Opatz is an ungulate in life’s winter pasture, chewing on and metabolizing
disappointment, heartbreak, and the other tough stuff into enjoyable musical carbohydrates. A compulsive metaphorager (and inveterate wordplayboy), Opatz breaks it
all down with enzymes of wry humor, thoughtful simile and close observation - a therapeutic process of narrativizing his own life that, almost as a byproduct, turns out
savory nuggets of literate, confessional pop.

Where 2018’s Mariachi Static drew from Opatz’s fragmented love life as a seasonal Park Service employee and resonated especially with the sensitive dirtbag set, Extra
Medium, his latest release, splits time between romantic Hindenburgs across his native Montana, up the East Coast, and in faraway Los Angeles. Montana and LA especially
decorate the album, supplying wells of metaphor and scene-making, and as characters in their own right - LA’s alternately charming (“In the Light of a Love Affair”) and
discomfiting (“East of Barstow”), and, in “Big Sandy”, Montana evolves from setting to subject as the girl’s feelings he traverses it to see prove less than his own feelings
for the state.

In LA, Opatz learned from and worked alongside Jonny Fritz at Dad Country Leather, and met bandmates and Extra Medium collaborators Malachi DeLorenzo (drums,
producer, engineer) and Dylan Rodrigue (multi-instrumentalist, producer). He now lives in Missoula, Montana, where he runs his own custom leather shop, is writing the
next album, and pursuing a master's in journalism.

Country Risqué
-from San Francisco, CA
-America's riskiest country band: classic honky-tonk, modern values. Country Risqué explores queer love and latter-day disillusionment in the language of classic
tear-in-my-beer honky-tonk music. Formed by singer-songwriters Miles Gordon and Daniel Bromfield and currently featuring Richard Moog on guitar and Tomas
Georgiou on drums.